Ten unique eats and creative food dishes
Through my travels I’ve had an opportunity to experience some remarkable restaurant meals…here are ten unique eats and creative food dishes you’ve probably never had before. Leave a comment below and let me know which one of these food photos strikes your fancy.
Description of above photo: Sous vide Sockeye Salmon, heirloom tomatoes, pickled cantaloupe, fresh chervil, meyer lemon cilantro sorbet, preserved mango foam. Scholars Inn – Bloomington, Indiana
Description of above photo: Wild Mushroom Tamale – Poblano scented masa with exotic mushrooms, garlic-sage butter, and crispy shallots. Masa is infused with poblano flavor to highlight the chile’s flavor, not the heat. La Casa Sena – Santa Fe, New Mexico
Description of above photo: Corn Gnocchi with Duck Confit, Lardo, Black truffle and Bordeaux Spinach. Clifton Inn – Charlottesville, Virginia
Description of above photo: Morcilla (blood sausage) on olive oil toasted slices of baguette topped with smoked paprika, roasted red pepper and piñon pine nuts. La Boca – Santa Fe, New Mexico
Description of above photo: Lingua di Manzo – All natural tender beef tongue, beef cheeks, cherry agrodolce, gooseberries, basil with house made saba. Saffron – Walla Walla, Washington
Description of above photo: Pina Colada – Coconut, meringue sponge cake, compressed pineapple, coconut cream and pineapple sorbet. Restaurant Martin – Santa Fe, New Mexico
Description of above photo: Stuffed Banana Peppers – Salami, Asiago cheese, covered in a Gorgonzola cream sauce. Casa Antica – Lewiston, New York
Description of above photo: Muffuletta Sandwich – Mortadella, capicola and sopressata meats with jardiniere (house made pickled vegetable salad) and provolone apenade (house made calamata olive spread) on a Ciabatta bread. Finch’s Brasserie – Bloomington, Indiana
Description of above photo: Roasted Lamb Loin – Lamb, purple potatoes, heirloom tomatoes, bok choy, chocolate & cherry mole’ sauce. Anasazi – Santa Fe, New Mexico
Description of above photo: Alligator Ribs – House smoked baby back alligator ribs with local apricot BBQ sauce, shaved cabbage, roasted Walla Walla Sweet Onion vinaigrette. The Marc – Walla Walla, Washington
I would love to hear some of your unique eats and creative food dish stories…please share by posting a comment below. If you have any unique food photos, please post on my Facebook Page.